|Trip Duration:||7N8 Days||Best Seasons:||MAR/APR/MAY/JUNE- SEP/OCT/NOV/|
|Group size:||2 person (minimum) / 16 person+||Max-Altitude:||4400m|
|Arrival on:||Departure from:|
|Accommodation:||Hotel and Camp site in Tents|
DAGALA TREK ,This is very short and sweet Trek in Bhutan for your best holyday trip,This four day trek takes you into an area adorned with a multitude of pristine, crystal clear lakes. As you walk amidst the shimmering lakes you’ll be treated to stunning views of the entire Himalayan mountain range and some of the world’s highest peaks including Mt. Everest, Jomolhari, Masang Gang, Jichu Drake, Gangche Ta and many more.
During the trek an entire day will be dedicated to visiting some of the more picturesque lakes and resting. The trail also takes you through several Bhutanese villages so you can get a good idea of traditional Bhutanese village life as you make your way back from the lakes.
While this is a somewhat strenuous trek, it is well worth the effort because of the tranquility and beauty of natural landscape that you will enjoy during the journey. This trek can be done from mid April till October. Best time is before June and after August since this is the monsoon time. However June till September is when the alpine flowers bloom and temperature is pleasant as well.
Arrive at Paro International Airport from your destination. Paro is situated in a beautiful valley at 2280 metres high elevation and welcome and is a fitting introduction to this charming kingdom. Your guide will meet you and take you to your hotel. There should be time for a quick stroll around Paro town depends on your arrival time. In the afternoon you can visit the ruined Drukgyel Dzong (fortress of victory), constructed to commemorate the victory over Tibetan invaders in 1644 and destroyed by a butter lamp fire in 1951. Nearby you can also visit the 7th century Kyichu Lhakhang, a temple of historical significance and one of the most sacred shrines in Bhutan. Overnight in Paro
To help you acclimatise for your trek, Drive 30minutes and take a day walk 5hrs up to down to the ‘Tiger's Nest’, the sacred Taktshang monastery which clings to the rock face 900 metres above the valley floor . Guru Rinpoche is said to have flown to the site riding on a tigress. He subsequently meditated here for three months. It is one of Bhutan’s most holy sites and draws pilgrims not only from Bhutan but also from neighbouring Buddhist countries. You can have lunch at the Taktshang cafeteria from where you get a spectacular view of the monastery. On the way back you can visit Dumtse Lhakhang, a temple built by Thangtong Gyalpo, the iron bridge builder. This evening you can sort out your luggage for the trek. Anything you don’t need to carry with you will be driven safely to Thimphu to await your arrival. Overnight in Thimpu
Thimpu to Gur. The trek begins with a an hour drive from Paro to Gyenkha where you your trek will begin at an altitude of about 2800 m. Abundant alpine flora and fauna is a feature of today’s walk. After two hours’ gradual climb we take a rest at a huge rock platform, overlooking the valley below. Two hours later we reach the camp at Gur, famous for its spring flowers, at 3350 meters. (15 km, 4 hours) Overnight in camp
This is a day to enjoy the beauty of the rugged mountain vegetation, amidst flowers and wild asparagus. The first pass at 4170 metres, crowned with a huge cairn, allows a spectacular view of the whole Daga La range, meadows and a yak herders’ camp. After lunch the walk continues through hills and meadows to camp at 4300 metres. (12 km, 6 hours) Overnight in camp
The day begins with a 20-minute climb to the pass at Labajong La (4400 metres), after which we descend with majestic views of Himalayan peaks (including Everest, Kanchenjunga, Jomolhari, Jichu Drake, Tshering Gang, Khangbum, Masang Gang, Tsendegang and Gangche Ta) to the camp at 4000 metres. (8 km, 4 hours) Overnight in camp
We traverse several passes, each more impressive than the last. This is a place to search for different varieties of blue poppy, especially in June and July, and spot mountain birds. After lunch, an hour’s gradual climb leads to the tip of the last Daga La range above the Thimphu valley. Another hour of walking through alpine and mixed vegetation including bamboo thickets and wild flowers brings us to the Talekha monastery and village, with amazing views of the Thimphu valley. We continue to walk through mixed vegetation with apple orchards until reaching the main road where a vehicle will be waiting to take us to Thimphu. And evening Tashi cho Dzong (16 km, 8 hours) Overnight in Thimphu
Thimpu sightseeing , Buddha park, Memorial tsorten, Folk heritage museum, Bhutan post office and sabji bazar then back to paro and if time is permited we can also visit Paro Dzong Overnight in Paro
Early in the morning your guide will accompany you to the airport to see you off onto your flight and wish you Tashi Delek.
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